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How to Grow Cranberry Hibiscus

An African native that thrives in subtropical gardens, cranberry hibiscus is showy, edible, easy-care and quick to establish. A valuable plant in any type of garden, cranberry hibiscus will appeal

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How to Grow Choko (Chayote)

What is Choko? Chokos (aka chayote) are amongst the most prolific, versatile and healthful vegetables you can grow. Uncommon in shops and stores, chokos are a traditional staple in many warm

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Spelt Bread

I think I have broken my breadmaker… Things don’t go perfectly every time in the kitchen, even with recipes you have made a hundred times- like this spelt bread. I

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5 Ways to Drink Turmeric

Long prized for its health-boosting and purported medicinal properties, turmeric (curcuma longa) is a flowering plant in the ginger family. This heat-loving perennial is easy to grow at home if

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25 Ways to Use up Eggs

Keeping a flock of chickens in your backyard is a great step towards self-sufficiency. A supply of fresh, organically-produced, free-range eggs is a big plus…but what if you get too

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Spicy Choko Fritters

A classic way to use up leftover cooked vegetables, spicy choko fritters help maximise harvests, fill tummies, and are easy to make. Just like classic vegetable fritters, choko is grated

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Low-Fat Ginger & Date Slice

A guilt-free sweet treat that’s quick to make & uses home-grown ginger… low-fat ginger & date slice will have everyone coming back for more! We’ve crafted a whole new range

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Best-Ever Ginger Biscuits

With a spicy ginger taste & a texture that melts in your mouth, these best-ever ginger biscuits really are the best you’ll ever make! These are quick & easy to

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Veggie Loaf

This recipe is a staple in my home. I make it a lot, because it is healthy, easy, tasty and versatile. It is also lactose-, gluten- and sugarfree. I can

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Bush Bog

This poem was salvaged from a scrap piece of lined A4 paper handwritten half in pen and then finished in pencil – I can’t recall but my biro must have

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Do I Need a Worm Farm?

There’s no question that composting in some way is great for the environment. We all need to do as much recycling as possible, and turning our household food waste into

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Composting Bin Test

There are a few rules, do’s and don’ts to making compost in this way, so I thought I would start with one bin (of the 2 I have) to test

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Hedgehog Hibernation House

Besides being totally adorable and super cute looking, hedgehogs are really useful animals to have in your garden. Especially because they eat a lot of snails and slugs who can’t

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